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Supreme SS06 Codura Duffle Bag

Supreme  Leopard Camo  and Cordura Camera Bags

Supreme 19th Scatterweave Backpack (2005)

Supreme  SS11 Olive Zebra Cordura Backpack

Supreme FW08 Backpack

Supreme SS10 Leopard Camo Guide 28 Backpack

Since the brand’s inception Supreme  has been putting out seasonal bags, the most popular of which are the duffle bags and backpacks. While they used to only put out one backpack per year, the increased demand has resulted in Supreme cranking out more models.  The first backpack I got was my grey Supreme 19th Scatterweave backpack which was made in the USA and featured tons of great details :  hidden compartments , metal zips,  and durable construction. While the bags are no longer made in the United States, they still represent great quality, functionality at a price that’s fair (at least if you pay retail). Most of the designs are inspired by hiking, vintage or military packs.

The bags used to be a less hyped item that would sit for most of the season but as with many other items expect any desired models to sell out quickly.

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Number (N)ine White Leather Rider’s Jacket w/ Fringes

Number (N)ine FW09  ‘A Closed Feeling’ White Fringed Shirt

Number (N)ine Back Paneled Blazer

Number (N)ine Single Monk Shoes and Creeper shoes

Number (N)ine Floral Print & Charles Peterson Print Jazz Shoes

Yesterday I met up with Izzy from The Dandy Project and shot his Style Profile. It always feels like a privilege to have the ability to peek inside the wardrobes of style influencers whom I respect. Izzy owns tons of amazing pieces which you will be seeing in the very near future but today I chose to focus on his small but impressive collection of pieces from the defunct Number (N)ine by Takahiro Miyashita. As Takahiro continues to make strides in new directions with The Soloist it is always great to look back on his body of work and reflect on the varied styles he’s created.

If you know anyone who you feel deserves to have their style profiled on Third Looks please do not hesitate to contact me on Twitter or E-Mail.

Photography by Rocky Li

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FW2011 Knit T-shirt The Soloist by Takahiro Miyashita

Rick Owens Trainers

Supreme x WTAPS FW10 Reversible Varsity

Heschung for Comme des Garcon Spring/Summer 2009

Dae’s shoe collection

Jil Sander SS10 ‘ Foujita Print’ Shirt

As promised part two of the style profile I did of Dae. You can see Part one HERE.

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A few behind the scenes snaps of the next Third Looks Style Profile with Dae. I got a little help from photographer Rebekah Seok this time.

Hold tight the full feature is coming very soon.

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